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What if you are dark skinned. Shouldn't the advice be related to skin tone? Write a hub about it, will be very interesting to read
Every color of eyeshadow that shows up on a fair skinned shows up on dark skinned it's the primmer that a person uses is what shows how bright or vivid that eye shadow would be now for eye color every eyecolor goes good with diffrent eye shadows but as for skin tone it doesn't matter at least to me it doesn't I own a lot of eye shadows and there's no color that doesn't show up or doesn't look good weather it's high pigmented or low pigmented
Skin tone should always be the first consideration when buying eye shadow. I have seen many women wearing shades of eye shadow that is either way to bright or way to dark for their skin tone. It actually looks ridiculous.
Well I say who are we to judge if someone likes it they can wear it and that's what gives them freedom if that was the case eyeshadows would be sold by skintone and not eye color. I say if you don't like something on someone then tell them an if you can't it shouldn't be your problem anyone can think what they want and wear what they want and from working in cosmetics and knowing how to wear things there's no eyeshawdow that can't be worn but people can buy whatever they want when it comes to eyeshadow doesn't mean there going to listen next thing will see is clothing by skintone I say buy what makes you happy not by what others like. There's no right or wrong.
I once saw a fair skinned girl wearing bright orange and it looked horrable but i couldnt ever tell her. I just think its rude....I wear many different colors at a time, even half one color and half another color on the bottom lid....
by KrazyKristy137 years ago
I love to do my make-up and especially my eye make up to make my eyes standout or just to stand out of a crowd, i do my makeup subtle too though.But my question is, Are there any really good eye shadow products or...
by Jefferypalama7 years ago
What You NeedEye shadow in a darker metallic shade, eye shadow brush, black eye pencil, eye shadow in a lighter metallic shade, mascarawhen next am here i will show you how it is done
by ngureco7 months ago
I think everyone has there own preferences, You would think people prefer dark skin that's why they are out in the sun and at the tanning beds Always striving to look better, but not striving to be better people.
by Glimmer5156 years ago
I dont like using pigment eye powder because its so messy bu all the black eye shadows I have used take at least 3 coats before they get really black. So what is the darkest black eye shadow?? anyone know??
by Research Analyst8 years ago
How to Choose Foundation
by Grace Marguerite Williams21 months ago
there is still the premise that lighter is better and more acceptable in American society. Lighter complected women whether Caucasian, Latina, Asian, or African-American are considered to be more beautiful than...
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